There are a multitude of walks, some taking advantage of the ‘Quiet Lanes’ scheme within with Mundesley is located.  There are lots of websites, giving access to information about short walks, circular walks and the longer paths.  Here are a few.

Weavers’ Way Linking the north Norfolk coast at Cromer to the east Norfolk coast at Great Yarmouth, the 61 mile Weavers’ Way passes through a diverse landscape of woodland, mixed farmland, historic country estates, disused railway lines, riverside walks and the famous Norfolk Broads.  The website offers lots of choices between short/long linear walks and circular walks.

The Norfolk Coastal Path runs for 42 miles from Hunstanton to Cromer, with the majority of this walking trail running through the dramatic landscape of the Norfolk Coast Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.  The website also shows a good selection of smaller circular walks.

Paston Way The 22 mile Paston Way passes through the beautiful Poppyland of north-east Norfolk, taking in medieval churches, pretty villages, rolling farmland, disused railways and beach walks.  Try the website for short/long linear walks and circular walks.

Railway Rambles (Bittern Line)  Take the train from North Walsham. This railway heads north from the beautiful cathedral city of Norwich passing through the unique wetland area of The Broads to the dramatic north Norfolk coast. Here is a selection of countryside and town walks starting and finishing at a railway station on the Bittern Line. Most of the walks are circular, although some do go from station to station. All the walks are described including details such as distances, path surfaces and facilities available.

Try John Harris’ walks

Or try out Norfolk County Council’s new Norfolk Trails interactive website – you can walk anywhere you want.

Horsey Seals – in the months of December and January walk from the car park near the Windpump,  past the Nelson Pub (interesting Broad’s paraphenalia, good pub grub and an excellent pint of Woodforde’s Wherry) and onto the Seal Colony at Horsey Gap.